The latest news on Egypt
Frank Wisner has experience in the region.
U.S. policy makers should remember Egypt's street scenes when balking at foreign aid programs for the poor.
The protests in Egypt have forced the Obama administration into a delicate dance of diplomacy.
The president, were he smart, would be on the phone to his predecessors seeking their advice.
Protests continue as Mubarak names a new vice president
Clinton calls on the Egyptian government to restrain its security forces.
Anticipating Friday's protests, Egypt moved to shut down cellular phone and Internet service.
When people of all ages, social classes, and religions are willing to die for the cause, there is no stopping a revolution.
The government is also blocking social media sites like Twitter and Facebook.
Egyptians are calling for President Mubarak to step down.